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KNUTSON: Cost Cap Coming To F-1

An annual budget cost cap for Formula One teams has been argued about for years, but it will finally become a reality in 2021, when a team will be limited to spending “only” $175 million a year.
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SMITH: Thunder Hill Nationals

On my way to the Thunder Hill Nationals at Thunder Hill Speedway, I set a goal for what I wanted to accomplish. 

RODDA: Track Savers

The first segment of our annual Midwest racing trip happened to visit a group of tracks that fell into one general category.

MARTIN: Winning Is The Penske Way

When a man has achieved everything and more than he set out for in life, does he ever stop and ask himself, “What’s next?”

ARGABRIGHT: ‘Go Big,’ Earl Would Be Proud

Earl Baltes figured it out a long time ago. In his words as a promoter, “To really attract attention, you’ve got to be bold and shake things up. Go Big!”

KERCHNER: Every Picture Tells A Story

Once in a while, you find a gem where it is least expected.

KENNEDY: USAC-CRA Sprints & Farewell To Okie

Round eight of the 23-race USAC-CRA 410 sprint car schedule was June 29 at the now 24-year-old driver and fan-favorite half-mile clay Perris Auto Speedway in Riverside County.
Keith Waltz

WALTZ: 2021 NASCAR Schedule Will Be Key

The changes NASCAR made to its Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series schedule for next season are only an appetizer, as we anxiously await the main course.

KERCHNER: Get Screened For Mom & John Andretti

I’ve always liked John Andretti. He is one of the most versatile race car drivers I’ve ever had the chance to watch, and he always seemed like such a really good guy. 

BOURCIER: Moyer Has Come Full Circle

It all seems to run in loops, nice and tidy circles, for Kyle Moyer.

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